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a middle school teacher takes his own life just days after being accused of an inappropriate relationship with a student. good evening everyone i'm frank somerville. >> and i'm julie haener. an east bay school community that is struggling to deal with the recent arrest of a well liked teacher is tonight struggling to deal with his death. heather holmes is live at albany middle school where shock has again hit campus. heather. >> reporter: as you can see candles they burn tonight in memory of the once popular teacher who's fall from grace came last week after he was
arrested for allegedly molesting a former student. this is not the ending he deserved read a note left outside of the albany middle school but it is the last chapter of james azumizaki. >> it's kind of tragic but we don't know what to say about it. >> reporter: just last wednesday, the trusted educator and volleyball and basketball coach was arrested at his home in albany in suspicion of having an inappropriate relationship with a student under 14. >> the allegations didn't sound like him. >> reporter: azumizaki posted bail the next day but charged had not been filed. but this morning, the investigation took a turn. >> reporter: we >> reporter: -- >> we got a call this morning for an alleged suicide.
he did leave some correspondence behind. i don't want to get into the details of it but he did leave some correspondence behind. >> reporter: today he discussed the teacher's suicide. >> we don't know what to think about that. in a way it could mean guilt, in another he could have been so -- distraught. we don't know what to think about it. heather holmes. the body of one of two fishermen who went missing off the coast was discovered this evening. family members say they found the body off the rocks of pigeon point after the coast guard called off it's search.
63-year-old carl dang disappeared yesterday. two other men made it to shore safely. an amtrak train out of oakland derailed this afternoon after it was hit by a big rig in the central valley. 42 people were taken to hospitals complaining of injury. amtrak says the train was carrying 169 passengers and four crew members from oakland to bakers field when the truck pushed through the crossing bars and hit the train. passengers on the train were terrified and we spoke to one woman on board who described a chaotic scene. >> you couldn't see anything it was just all dusty and you know you're breathing in all that dirt. and you know people start coughing and i mean screaming, crying. and it was horrible. >> reporter: all of the injuries from today's crash were said to be minor. four years ago at this same
location 33 people were injured when an amtrak train was struck by a truck carrying lemons. we will go live for an update on theinvestigation that is still under way at this hour. about three hours after today's crash there was a second incident involving a train not far away. investigators say a hay truck was too close to a truck as the freight train went by and that the train clipped the truck. in this case the train did not derail. berkeley police say an elderly woman who was driving under the influence struck a pedestrian sending him to the hospital with serious injuries. investigators say 83-year-old mary lou cardova was arrested of dui causing bodily injury. she hit an oakland man near the uc berkeley campus at around 8:30 last night. the 34-year-old victim remains in critical condition tonight. the 83-year-old cardova was
booked into the berkeley jail. an accident involving a school bus shut down a portion of highway 17 this evening and sent one man to the hospital. that crash happened shortly before 5:00 tonight. there were no children on board the bus at the time. it collided with a penske band near mount herman road. we have developing news out of oakland tonight where police are investigating a homicide. at least three people were hit by gunfire including a 14-year- old girl. the shooting happened on mcarthur and 90th just after 9:00 this evening. the mother of the teenager said they were driving through the area when a bullet came through their car and struck her daughter in the leg. police say they found the body of a man inside a car that was riddled with bullets. a third person struck by gunfire was taken to the hospital. a high profile murder trial got under way today in alameda
county superior court. defendant jezelle esteban is accused of killing her friend michelle le. prosecutors contend the murder was premeditated and fueled with jealousy and hatred. the brother of michelle le embraced friends and supporters after opening statements. >> he's having a very difficult time with the first presentation like the rest of the family. >> reporter: cameras were not permitted inside the courtroom where the bones of le were presented. in court today both sides described esteban as a woman consumed with jealousy and hatred for le. the defense says it was a crime of passion. the defense says prosecutors can't prove first or second degree murder but today prosecutors set out to prove
motive and premeditation. they shared one conversation during which esteban accused of meresiban of harboring feeling for le and threatening both saying you will be honest about le or i will take your life and hers. today scott meresigan testified that he and le were just friends but that esteban was convinced that the two were having a sexual relationship. esteban once sent meresigan a text saying that he had picked a wore over his family. >> we're just here for michelle. the man accused of opening fire inside a bay area nursing school appears in court. his outburst right in front of the judge. on this first monday of october the u.s. supreme court
opened its new term of the case involving human rights. the court will decide if federal courts have jurisdiction to hear lawsuits against corporations accused of human rights accuses over seas. at least two justices questioned why the case was being considered in this country. a decision is expected by spring. the supreme court has 49 appeals on its docket. but is expected to consider as many as three dozen more cases. the justices are expected to decide next month whether to take up same-sex marriage. they could hear one or two possible cases. there's prop eight, the california ban on california marriage and the federal defense of marriage act which denies same-sex couples the same federal benefits as hetero sexual couples. macy's is looking forward to the holiday shopping season. the retail giant says it plans to hire 80,000 seasonal workers that's a 2-1/2% increase. most of the work will be part time. the department store chain says the seasonal help will work at
macy's and blomingdale online centers and distribution facilities. on wall street it was a mixed monday. the dow gained 77 points but the nasdaq dropped two. this came after a report showed manufacturing grew last month for the first time in four months. the family of a missing s era toga man is asking for help in locating him. they said no one has heard from eric dean garcia since he left a friend's home near downtown san jose on september 18th. garcia is 32 years old. he's described as 5'10", about 350 pounds with a harley davidson symbol tattooed on the back of his head. anyone with information is asked to contact police. the a's are just one out away from clenching a wild card spot and they could still win
their division. ktvu's amber lee live at the coliseum to explain why some fans are calling the a's achievement money ball two, amber. >> reporter: frank, boy the mood out here is electric even from out here i can hear the roar of the crowd. like you said one out from khrefrpling a wild card spot. and the fans are going crazy inside -- from colleging a wild card spot and the fans are going crazy inside. fans are on a high tonight despite a season of low attendance, low payroll and low expectation. >> we decided to get here especially with the a's pushing to win a division. >> reporter: even with pitch perfect weather tonight, only an estimated 19,000 fans attended the game. >> the book of season tickets that's all. >> reporter: one season ticketholder proudly showed us a book filled with this year's game. katherine says she has attended almost every game for the past four decades. >> i just enjoy it.
i just hope i can keep coming. >> reporter: we spoke with a's manager bob melvin about the keys to this season's success shortly before the start of tonight's game. >> we got a lot of good players, number one. number two, we play hard every day that's the thing i'm most proud of. >> reporter: in this final a's stretch, they've set up a merchandise table. right here right now i can hear the loud roar of the crowd just behind me. they have won a wild card spot. and the last time the a's made the play offs was in 2006. so this final stretch is very rewarding for the die-hard fans that have been here game after game. any minute now i expect the fans to come pouring out. but as i can hear them, they are loud. they are excited. there are two more games. they've won -- it was close for a long time but they won. like i said i can hear the
excitement. the roaring, any minute i'm expecting them to come out. they have another game tomorrow and another game on wednesday. if they win the next two games they will clench the al west division. reporting live here at the oakland coliseum, amber lee, ktvu channel 2 news. a record setting temperature today and the detailed time line for when the fog and fall weather will return to the area where you live. >> the unseasonably hot weather leads to a fire. >> get the animals and get out. >> reporter: why firefighters say the flames could have been a lot worse. and theft at a museum. the ax carrying thieves and how they eluded police.
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main fire and threatened to burn to stoney point road and all the way to highway 101. >> ambers are getting through the structures and landing on the grass and starting new spot fires. >> reporter: three homes are now reduced to rubble. an outbuilding and five homes destroyed but no injuries. all animals expect for three chickens survived. >> i tried to bring the water down here, but there was no water. just get the animals and make sure we got out. >> reporter: one couple was set to get married on friday. alan long says there was little time to react. the fire was just too fast. >> in a matter of a minute it went from there down there and around. >> reporter: four aircrafts, 15 engines and dozens of firefighters responded and had the fire out in about an hour. >> you want to hit it hard early and what you don't need send away and we needed everything today. >> reporter: calfire says this is a reminder of just how high
the fire danger is right now. the cause of this fire is under investigation. live in sonoma county, ken wayne, ktvu news. and in seven minutes, vallejo's mayor speaking out about an an arson attack that targeted his office. what he says he's most concerned about? new at 10:00, san rafael moved through with a very strict smoking ban. the ban would ban smoking in parks, and duplexes or multi family residences. smokers could light up while walking and in especially designated smoking areas. we have new information about yesterday's freeway shooting in belmont that injured three people. someone traveling southbound on highway 101 opened fire on a dodge charger which then crashed near the holly street exit. investigators now say the shooter was targeting that charger. they say there may have been trouble between the two vehicles as far back as highway 92. one of the victims is still
hospitalized. police are hoping to locate any witnesses to that incident. latino immigrants hope governor brown would take a harder stance on immigration. the governor approved a bill that allows young immigrants with a work permit to get a driver's license. but legal experts say people with a work permit already qualify for a license. immigration advocates say they are disappointed that brown rejected two other bills for domestic worker rights and prevent deportation for minor crimes. president brown has signed the most bills than any previous governor. he has now signed a total of 12,744 bills. that includes his time as governor. ronald reagan 1,276 during their eight year tenures.
it's the first of three opportunities voters have to see president obama and romney face to face before the november election. ken pritchett tells us both campaigns are trying to manage expectations even before the candidates take the stage. >> reporter: if you listen to the romney campaign they're candidate has a tough road at the university of denver. >> president obama, he's a very gifted speaker. the man has been on the national stage for many years he's an experienced debater. >> reporter: but romney has extensive debater. >> no, governor romney he's a good debater. i'm just okay. >> it is a flurry of unusual compliments, but who's winning the battle to lower expectations? >> i think actually president obama is in part because it's partly true. he's not been a good debater so he has a better argument. >> reporter: but u.s. political science professor cook says the
romney campaign has been playing the expectations game both ways. >> coming out the conventions until now. certainly for the romney campaign hasn't been positive and they made the argument, wait until the debates come around. >> reporter: cook says romney has an advantage by simply appearing on stage with a sitting president. and romney could take advantage as the debate makes it to the economy. voters will have their chance to decide with two more presidential debates to follow this month. in san francisco, ken pritchett, ktvu channel 2 news. and you can watch that debate live right here on ktvu channel 2 this wednesday. our coverage begins at 6:00 p.m. followed by a special edition of ktvu news. a new analysis shows a
record 23.7 million latinos will be eligible to vote in the upcoming election. that is more than 20% from 2008. the hispanic research says that the turn out is usually smaller than that of whites and african americans about 50%. that could be because eligible latino voters are younger and fewer younger people vote. and it was a hot day today. the hottest day of the week for sure. and certainly the hottest day in the last month or so. today was 101 in santa rosa that was the hot spot. 100 in livermore. 90 in hayward. things are going to cool down but it's a slow cool down especially starting tomorrow. how do i know this? look at the temperatures outside. 72degrees right now in downtown san francisco. no fog in site. 76 in concord. almost 80 degrees right now. it's coming up on 10:30 it's almost 80 degrees in san jose right now. with that said you know tomorrow is going to be another
hot one. when i come back we'll have the forecast highs and we're going to talk about the cooling trend that is coming. the fog is not in site right now but it is coming back here at 10:45. the search is now for two thieves that used pick axes to rob a museum of an estimated $2 million. the heist happened last friday afternoon at the california mining and minerals museum in mariposa. at one point the thieves try to get a nearly 14-pound gold nugget setting off an alarm. plus three buildings targeted by explosives just minutes apart. the arson investigation under way in one north bay city. why shop t.j.maxx and marshalls?
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investigators in vallejo confirmed that a weekend fire at the law office of davis is indeed a case of arson. as noelle walker reports, the investigation is on to find out who targeted an official. >> when mayor davis' office went up in flames -- >> disbelief. i'm not fearful for my life. i am concerned for my family. i have written threats, verbal threats. telephone threats but none have risen to the level of this type of dangerous criminal conduct. >> reporter: today the fire chief confirmed the two alarm fire that happened here on saturday morning was no
accident. >> we have confirmed that it was an intentional incendiary device that started the fire. >> i can't say why but we believe what happened in his office was indeed arson. >> reporter: being may -- mayor of any city is a good way to make friends and enemies. >> every week you're doing something that somebody is not going to like. >> reporter: davis says his biggest establishments have been getting the -- it's been a winding road for a major who won his first term in a recount by the narrowest of margins, just two votes. >> i have no regrets, if i knew it was going to happen and i had my two vote, i would still take my two votes. police are looking for the
arsonists that started two fires. they were all hit one after the other. all three just a short distance apart. fire investigators say someone threw molatave cocktails at the building. >> this is concerning to us. we don't understand why this is happening. and we've got a minor pattern but, no leads to follow up on. >> reporter: investigators say at this point there are no signs to indicate the church attacks were hate motivated. verizon iphone users are being urged to download an app for a hungry virus. verizon says customers won't be charged for the unwarranted use of cell phone data. verizon and apple jointly issued the fix yesterday. it's not clear if the bug might affect other carriers. the san francisco 49ers are
now letting fans sign up online to get information about buying a seat license for the team's new stadium that is being built in santa clara. the niners stadium is quoting prices up to $80,000 for they're calling stadium builders licenses or sbls. most will sell for $2,000 to $6,000 per seat. the licenses will last for the life of the stadium and give fans the right to buy tickets for more than $3,000 a year. a refund for hundreds of thousands of credit card users. >> plus he is accused of opening fire at a nursing school. his outburst today in front of the judge and questions about his competency. a live report from the scene of that amtrak train crash that injured dozen of people. the work that's going on right now to repair those tracks.
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continuing coverage now of that amtrak derailment today in kings county. tonight crews are working to fix the tracks and get the wrecked train out of the area. malory hoff is near the site. >> reporter: there's workers trying frankicly to reopen this track. i want you to take a look behind me you can see the train in the distance behind me. it appears the crane is setting the train back on the tracks. but workers tell me at least 100 feet of trail still needs to be repaired before they can reopen the track. two passengers reflexed on what they experienced on their way out of town. >> i was just shocked. all i felt was shaking. >> reporter: amtrak trains and freight trains cannot travel between bakers field.
but some passengers in the accident say they won't be riding on a train any time soon. >> i don't want to get on any more trains. i don't even want to go home. >> reporter: the rails are owned by santa fe. about 600 feet away, chp continues to investigate. the trailer that hit the train sit on it side. >> he was trying to beat the train, when he seen that he couldn't beat the train he pressed on the brake and it didn't stop. >> both the arms were down and the lights were flashing at the time. so all the safety measures appeared to have been in place at the time of the accident. a pleasanthill restaurant is closed indefinitely after a car crashed through the front window. it happened at the zen restaurant during the rush hour. authorities say the driver of a lexus crash into the dining
area. a few people were hurt but the injuries were not serious. one witness told us the driver was elderly. investigators are looking into what caused the crash as inspectors survey the damage to the building. the accused gunman in the oikos university shooting appeared in court today. we hear about an outburst during the hearing and why some of the former students will have to come face to face with him once again. >> reporter: a very intense looking goh sat, his eyes at times darting. during the hearing he stood up and said, i have a motion. his public defender did file a motion regarding goh's mental state. >> he will be assessed by a psychiatrist or psychologist to determine whether he is competent to stand trial. >> reporter: goh faces attempted murder and murder
charges. the victims were former classmates and a receptionist. authorities believe he was angry about a tuition refund. >> reporter: the doors at oikos are kept locked now. the classroom that became a killing field is no longer used by the nursing program. the nine students who remain are in their final term. >> it's just not easy. it's never going to be forgotten it's just going to be in the past i think a little bit. every time something happens like colorado we may have to talk. >> reporter: the school has received only a provisional accreditation. many of the current students may be called as witnesses if and when goh's case goes to trial. >> they want to become lvns and they want to finish and they want to go on. >> reporter: goh is due back in court after his evaluation by mental health specialists.
in oakland, rob roth, ktvu. the federal aviation administration is investigating two cases where seats came off the tracks. the seats were removed and reinstalled recently during maintenance. the american express credit card company reported today it will be refunding customers. the refund comes after a government investigation into charges american express illegally charged late fees, discriminated against some clients and lied about rewards. the company also agreed to pay almost $28 million in fines to regulators including the consumer financial protection bureau. fed chairman ben bernanke today defended policies used to stimulate the economy. he listed other thing that is can be done. >> such as putting the federal
budget on a sustainable path. reforming the tax code, improving our educational system supporting technological invasion. and expanding international trade. >> reporter: bernanke also rejected criticism that the federal reserve is laying the ground work for inflation and letting the government run up huge budget deficits. get ktvu news to go now. download the ktvu app, click on the live icon and you can watch all of our newscasts live right there on your mobile device. a bay area man who started an innovative anti poverty program says he is deeply honored to learn he is the winner of a mcarthur genius award. maurice lim miller started the family independence initiative back in 2001. the initiative now has several pilots around the country. miller's initiative brings community members together such as these people in san francisco to share resources and problem solve as they work toward educational, financial and professional goals. miller is set to receive
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retailers accept for restaurants. now if you want the store to provide a bag at all it's required to charge a minimum of 10-cents. >> i was like, heck no, i don't want to buy a bag for 10-cents give me a bag. like how we've always been doing it, you know what i mean. it's annoying, it's messing up the flow. >> reporter: retailers who get caught trying to get around the bag ban face fines ranging from $100 for the first offense all the way up to $500. next year the ban will includes restaurants as well. today's triple digit heat had many people seeking relief at the coast. ktvu's matt keller is live in santa cruz with many people disappointed when they arrived. >> reporter: normally when you get here you neat a jacket. many expected that when they arrived but it was hotter here
than it was there. >> reporter: today, it wasn't enough. >> >> it's definitely really hot in here. >> our hottest day of the year definitely. >> reporter: workers say it was even too hot to sit on the deck. normal temperatures are in the mid-70s. >> i noticed some folks were trying to seek out shade and were wondering where they could go park their car that they would be out of the sun. >> reporter: the homeless center put out a warning. jay has been homeless since february and he said last week he was too concerned about being too hot at night. >> i will probably just sleep in a t-shirt. where as i've been putting everything i have on. >> reporter: several people came to the boardwalk hoping to cool off but it was a weird day. >> we put our window down and it was hotter than it was in san jose. >> reporter: take a look at my
screen app, san jose was at 93 degrees, santa cruz at 100 degrees. that caught many by surprise. >> when we come here it's usually less than 60 degrees. right now we were surprised because we got here, when we got here it was 102 degrees. it was crazy. >> reporter: here's your current temperature, 68 degrees right now in santa cruz. that's normally considered a hot day during the normal time of the year here in santa cruz. they're expecting temperatures tomorrow to be cooler compared to today. matt keller, ktvu channel 2 news. and in san jose today, some children got to beat the heat playing in fountains but at some point, the sun stops being a bother and becoming dangerous. cooling centers opened when temperatures jumped up. and there are plans for it to remain open during the week. it's warm out there right now. we talked about it earlier it's 77 degrees in san jose right now so you know it's going to
be pretty warm again or hot tomorrow. we're tending for a bit of -- we're trending for a bit of a cooling trend for the next few days but it's a slow one. i think we will definitely see a cooling trend. 97 in napa, 101 in san jose, that was the hot spot. we the did get a record on kentfield. these are the overnight lows. 55 in hayward. if this was in august or june with the longest days boy we'd be doing very warm overnight lows. fog it's offshore, if it everyone shows up at all. the model kind of keeps it awarden. the model is going to tweak it. for the most part tomorrow is another hot day you know that because this dark purple color those are hundreds seeping back. the marine layer is going to
stretch out. you know what that means. not going to stretch out tomorrow it's going to stretch out on wednesday, thursday and into friday. that will be significant cooling. the forecast as we go through the next couple of days will be for a cooling trend. you got nowhere to go, right. there's not going to be a heating trend at this point. temperatures are going to trend down. temperatures are going to come down a little bit. you will notice the fog most likely on wednesday. the forecast, daytime highs tomorrow still high. notice richmond, 78 degrees. 80degrees in sausalito, 83 in hayward. it's not a spare the air day but you're going to have above what you would like it to be. so just be aware of that. 89degrees for your forecast highs in santa cruz. 91 in wood side. so another warm day.
no advisory tomorrow, no spare the air day. your bay area weekend is going to pop into view here and you're going to see that temperatures are cooler. those look more like what you would expect for october. you talked about it in the earlier newscast. so fortunate that we don't have a lot of wind. we did that story and you asked, is it a spot caused by light winds. imagine if we had 35, 40-mile an hour winds which we often have. >> thanks, bill. >> thank you, bill. pg & e crews are in berkeley trying to figure out what left thousands of customers in the dark. 9,600 customers are without power. the electricity went out around 9:35 9: 9:35 this evening. the outages affect people in three pockets of the city of berkeley. the white house is a pink house tonight. we'll show you the video and explain. >> mark ibanez will show you the celebration at the oak lands coliseum where the a's
popped the champane after punching their ticket for the postseason. all of this happening within the hour. vo: for years, sacramento politicians have chopped away funds for our schools. today, we're forty-seventh out of fifty in per-pupil funding. now these politicians say unless we send more tax dollars to sacramento, they'll cut education again. here's a new approach. prop thirty-eight sends billions in new education dollars straight to our local schools, and guarantees the politicians can't touch it. thirty-eight will restore the education cuts from sacramento. so remember this number. thirty-eight.
the american cancer society estimates more than 230,000 women were diagnosed with breast cancer last year. the centers for disease control says more than 40,000 women die from breast cancer each year. >> mark is here now with sports, the coliseum lit up in green because the a's are no. >> we have a couple of bay area teams going to the postseason. jubilation not seen in oakland for a long time. and they clench the postseason at home. who's got it better than oakland? nobody, 2-2 in the fifth. cocoa crisp into left center field and that's adam rosales high tailing it home. later in the inning, brandon moss delivering the fly ball to center not too deep one of the best in the business. josh hamilton comes out throwing at the plate. coco in with the slide. now we go to the top of the 9th inning, a's lead to 4-3. grant
just full on turned up the heat. blows texas away. cays decide and the a's can still win the western division if they win the next couple of games against the rangers. but definitely they're going in at least as wild card winners. >> it's awesome, i mean it never gets old. this is why you play the game. the atmosphere, the guys. >> it's an awesome feeling. we're a team. that's our mo from day one and that's the way it's going to continue to be. it's not just one guy that's going to stand out. the starting pitchers and all the other hitters did a great job. that's the way we have to look at it. >> not anything sweeter for giant fans. to eliminate the dodgers, nothing tougher than watching a dodger walk off win if you're a giant's fan. and that latter issue is what came to fruition tonight at dodger stadium. although it started so nicely
for san francisco. buster posey deep left got himself an rbi which happens to be his 100th of the year. he was 1-4 in the batting race where he still leads. marco scutero continues to come through. base hit left field. angel pegan with a flagged 2-2. in the bottom of the ninth santiago casilla. and ends up on scutero's glove. they are alive although just barely. a career night and not in a good way for cowboy quarterback tony romo on their own field. they are blown off it by chicago. two of his five picks were returned for touchdowns this by lance brigs who will lumber back 74 yards here. 34-18 the bears beat the cowboys and tony romo going to get all kinds of heat down in dallas with their media.
that's the sporting life for a monday night. but as far as the a's, nothing but the good stuff and like i say, they win the next couple of games they will be western division winners and you know over in the texas clubhouse they are feeling a little tight right now. no question about it. >> a's are definitely -- best story in baseball this year. >> there could be another champane celebration there wednesday afternoon. >> great. >> only 19,000 fans though at the game. >> they have to get out there and fill that place up a bit more. get that tarp up. >> that's right. >> thank you for joining us. we'll see you the next time news break. >> and our morning team will be here capturing more of the celebration going on right now at the coliseum. good night.